Lagging Skills Area 2: Sensory
Some children process different sensory areas in unique ways, and this can affect their perceived safety. By the end of this 2 minute video, you will understand why the manner in which your child processes their senses might so strongly affect their emotions, and some examples you might be able to relate to.
[0:47]: why some children are more emotional when under or overstimulated
[1:06]: an example you can probably relate to
[1:24] one thing your child might not be able to do until it’s too late
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